Article | January 8, 2024

Vascular Access And Sensor-Enabled Catheters FAQ

Source: Flexan
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Assisted by pressure sensors, modern catheter design criteria focus on optimizing fluid flow and implementing specialized materials to enable ease of placement (i.e., for patient comfort) in both short- and long-term clinical applications (e.g., power injection or dialysis). Some new, sensor-enabled catheters also have design criteria focused on miniaturization, which optimizes sensor functionality within specific anatomy and physiology.

In this Q&A that followed a recent webinar on the topic, Flexan Plant Manager Aaron Olson and Western Region Business Development Manager Darren Wagner discuss expanding catheter use and capabilities — including the application of embedded sensors.

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